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...Norman has been inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Also inducted during the weekend were drummer and producer Mike Clark and country-rockers Travis Tritt and the late Gram Parsons. Gov. Roy Barnes and Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor were among...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/09/27/met_271469.shtml
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...RB Tavaris Neal, Sr. OL Richard Bopp. Glenn Hills: WR/DB Kevin Davenport. Jr. DB Jermaine Harris, Sr. OL Mike Clark. Greenbrier: Sr. ATH Bryan Andrews. Harlem: Jr. QB Zach Morris, Jr. LB Forrest Christian. Hephzibah: Sr. QB...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/12/25/hig_505368.shtml
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Overtime: Roberts expected to be named coach

...Golfweek. Mike Peterson of Athens, Ga., shot a 5-under-par 67 on Wednesday and grabbed a twostroke lead over Mike Clark of Dalton, Ga., after the second round of the TearDrop Golf Tour's Port Armor Classic near Greensboro, Ga. Peterson...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/03/19/oth_224430.shtml
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Spring weather heats up fishing

...Raymond Klaus caught 25 pounds of bass in the King Pond on jigs. The largest bass weighed 6.70 pounds. Maurice and Mike Clark caught eight pounds of bass and three pounds of crappies in the Expressway Pond on black plastic worms. Ricky Cain and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/03/09/fis_119547.shtml
Fishing
Award winner to be announced

...information. Ray Guy Award watch list, listed alphabetically Jason Baker, Iowa Brooks Barnard, Maryland Ray Cheetany, UNLV Mike Clark, Houston Keith Cottrel, Florida State Alan Cox, Washington State Kurtis Doerr, Oregon Travis Dorsch, Purdue Damon...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/10/17/col_300395.shtml
College
Sabbatini wins Air Canada

...birdied five straight holes on the back nine for a 68. He tied for fourth at 271 with Spanish star Sergio Garcia (69), Mike Clark II (63) and Doug Barron (67). "Unfortunately I didn't play very well on the front nine," said Garcia, who...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/09/04/gol_294785.shtml
Golf
Mrs. Idelle Sheppard Chalker (GIBSON, Ga.)

...is survived by a daughter, Juanice Clark of Hiawassee; a son, Jacky Ray Chalker of Gibson; seven grandchildren, Mike Clark, Madonna Pittard, Lisa Warren, Patricia White, Kelly Chamlee, Douglas Chalker and Jennifer Gay and 14 great-grandchildren...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/04/obi_433424.shtml
Obituaries
Mitterwallner, starting 37th, wins super-G

MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, Calif. -- Just what the World Cup needed, another Austrian star. Christiane Mitterwallner, never better than 19th in four years of World Cup racing, became Austria's latest champion Friday by winning a women's World Cup super-G from the 37th starting position. "I always had trouble from training to the race. Now I know I can win," the 24-year-old racer said after giving Austria its fourth victory in eight women's races this season. "I thought I was better in giant slalom. Now I guess I can't be," she added with a sheepish grin.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/12/05/oth_246612.shtml
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Swedish teen wins first World Cup race

MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, Calif. -- Anja Paerson of Sweden, a 17-year-old World Cup rookie, stunned a veteran field by coming from 15th place to win a women's World Cup slalom by .01 seconds over Australia's Zali Steggall on Thursday. Paerson, as the 15th-place finisher in the first run, had the advantage of starting first in the afternoon session, and she took full advantage, putting down a time of 48.82 seconds that was 1.08 faster than anyone else. She completed two runs in a combined 1:40.84 on a gray, windy, icy cold day at this resort in the Sierra.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/12/04/oth_246516.shtml
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Ski chief calls for the 'courage' to change

VAIL, Colo. -- It will take courage as much as money for international skiing to thrive in the 21st century, the head of the sport says. "We are aware of the fact that in the new millennium, there will be a major fight between sports for television time, mainly in Europe but it might also be in North America," said Gian-Franco Kasper, president of the International Ski Federation. "We have a lot of special sports coming up. The old traditional sports will have to fight."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/11/oth_253050.shtml
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